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OSHA Requests Approval for Large Scale Survey to Assess Factors of an Injury and Illness Prevention Program

OSHA LogoOSHA has requested authorization from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), for OSHA to conduct a survey to gather information for baseline safety and health practices.

OSHA is undertaking a rulemaking effort directed toward requiring employers to establish injury and illness prevention programs (I2P2) to monitor and more effectively implement practices to reduce workplace hazards, thereby reducing the incidence of employee injuries and illnesses.

The goal of the survey is to develop industry-specific, statistically accurate estimates of current prevalence of a variety of baseline safety and health practices that may be elements of I2P2.

View the entire request at the Federal Docket Website.

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